Sunrise at Moraine Lake in Banff National Park located in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The blue water is caused by glacier rock flour, which is transported by glacier water as it grinds away the rock before running into the lakes. The rock flour does not settle to the bottom and when the light reflects off the particles it gives the lakes turquoise colored water. Amazing sight to see in the setting of the mountains.
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